The free Amazon Music Unlimited for 60-days is for new individual plan subscribers and limited to one customer and one account, according to terms and conditions of the limited offer.
An individual plan typically costs $9.99.
Other terms of the free Music Unlimited trials are:
- The offer is valid from 11:59 p.m. (PT) March 15, 2018, through 11:59 p.m. (PT) March 25, 2018.
- Digital content and services may only be available to customers located in the U.S. and are subject to Amazon Digital Services LLC terms and conditions.
- The Amazon Music Unlimited account and offer must be activated by 11:59 p.m. (PT) March 25, 2018.
- Amazon reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time.
- Offer is good while supplies last, non-transferable and may not be resold.
- A violation of any of the terms will invalidate the offer.
Rival to Spotify and Apple Music
Amazon launched Music Unlimited in October 2016 to compete with Spotify and Apple Music.
When the on-demand streaming service of the online retail giant was introduced, it was offered to Amazon Prime members for $7.99 a month, which was $2 lesser than the rate offered by other music streaming services.
Amazon Music Unlimited works online and through a redesigned Amazon Music app as well as through the Amazon Echo.
An Echo-only music streaming plan costs $3.99 monthly.
Prime subscribers were allowed to pay a flat rate of $79 for the year to join the service, rather than the $7.99 monthly fee, lowering the cost to $6.58 each month.
Mashable said that for people who have Prime and Spotify, the new offering could save consumers around $24 per year if they switch.
As part of its aggressive push of the music streaming service, Amazon recently offered a three-month deal for 99 cents only.
Tens of Millions of Songs
Although Amazon already offers music streaming service to Prime members, the company said in a press release that Amazon Music Unlimited expands the music library from two million songs to “tens of millions.”
Mashable said Spotify and Apple Music have claimed to have more than 30 million songs on file.
The site said Amazon is continuing to attract more Prime subscribers to Music Unlimited. Prime members reportedly spend almost five times as much on Amazon yearly than non-subscribers.
Amazon is offering a free trial of Music Unlimited for two months to new subscribers.
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